Flapping-Wing Mechanism for a bird-Sized UAVS: Design, Modeling and Control

Abstract : Birds daily execute complex maneuvers out of reach of current UAVs of comparable size. These capabilities are at least partly linked to the efficient flapping kinematics. This article describes the flapping wing mechanism developed within the ROBUR project to create a bird-sized UAV relying on such advanced kinematics.
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Christophe Grand, Pascal Martinelli, Jean-Baptiste Mouret, Stéphane Doncieux. Flapping-Wing Mechanism for a bird-Sized UAVS: Design, Modeling and Control. 11th Int. Symposium on ADVANCES IN ROBOT KINEMATICS, 2008, Batz-sur-Mer, France. pp.127-136. ⟨hal-01300718⟩

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